Carlyle Group’s Balasubrahmanyan Leaves Firm After Four Years
Anand Balasubrahmanyan, who headed Carlyle Group LP’s Southeaset Asia buyout business, left at the end of February after more than four years at the Washington- based company.
Balasubrahmanyan was hired as director in September 2007 from Morgan Stanley (MS) and was most recently a managing director focusing on buyout opportunities in Southeast Asia, said Brian Zhou, a Beijing-based spokesman at Carlyle.
Reuters reported the departure earlier.
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